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Philadelphia CVB Jan 18
Next Monday the is offering discounted $5 admission in observance of . There will also be special programming and service projects throughout the day. More info:
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Discuss big constitutional questions with classrooms across the United States! Teachers can now register for the Center’s upcoming Classroom Exchanges on February 12, 2019. Learn more:
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We the People: Has the Second Amendment been adequately protected at and in lower courts? Guests and debate on this week's with . PODCAST:
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Discover Martin Luther King Jr.’s inspiring legacy in the classroom with the Center’s FREE educational video series! Learn more:
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in 1874, President Ulysses S. Grant nominated little-known Ohio lawyer Morrison Waite to replace Chief Justice Salmon Chase on , after struggling to find a nominee for seven months. Learn more:
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National Constitution Center Jan 18
When can public funds be used to preserve historic buildings, if the structures also happen to be churches? Constitution Daily:
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National Constitution Center Jan 18
Have the courts treated the Second Amendment as a “second class right"? We the People host is joined by and to discuss. PODCAST:
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National Constitution Center Jan 18
: The Constitutional Clashes That Shaped a Nation is NOW open at ! The exhibit highlights the competing ideas of and his legendary rivals, including . TICKETS:
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National Constitution Center Jan 18
Final review of citizenship query shaping up. for Constitution Daily:
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National Constitution Center Jan 18
in 1782, Daniel Webster was born in New Hampshire. Constitution Daily explores Webster’s unique legacy. Learn more:
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National Constitution Center Jan 17
We the People: Has the Second Amendment been adequately protected at and in lower courts? Guests and debate on this week's with . PODCAST:
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National Constitution Center Jan 17
Thank you to for joining us! His new book, Leaders: Myth and Reality, is now available: Watch a full video of this evening’s conversation with General McChrystal and host :
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National Constitution Center Jan 17
"It was really important on my journey of thinking about leadership [to realize] that you’re going to get things wrong."
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National Constitution Center Jan 17
"We need to be a part of the solution." shares his thoughts on Syria.
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National Constitution Center Jan 17
"There is no easy answer to leadership. The secret is how complex it is, but the complexity is on the follower side as well."
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National Constitution Center Jan 17
"The military itself and the courts have got to be incredibly sensitive about retaining their legitimacy by their nonpartisan nature."
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National Constitution Center Jan 17
"The Constitution needs to be something we understand, we focus on, and we consider sacred. It is a statement of the values we want to have in our governance."
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National Constitution Center Jan 17
"I didn’t want to say anything political because the last thing we need is for generals to become political." discusses his comments regarding President Trump at .
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National Constitution Center Jan 17
"Same thing I thought about President George W. Bush. I disagreed with some of the policy decisions both of them made, but I thought that in both cases they were trying to get it right."
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National Constitution Center Jan 17
"I never thought President Obama was trying to do anything other than what he thought was right."
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